A street or postal address of a person or organization.
Someone or something that curates genealogical data, such as a genealogical researcher, user of software, organization, or group.
The data structure used to attribute who, when, and why to genealogical data.
The coverage of a resource.
A concluded genealogical date.
The base conceptual model for genealogical data that are managed as textual documents.
A description of a historical event.
A role played in an event by a person.
A reference to data being used to derive the given instance of Subject.
A data item that is presumed to be true about a specific subject, such as a person or relationship.
A container for a set of GEDCOM X data.
A gender of a person.
A group of of persons.
A role of a person in a group.
A local, context-specific id for the data.
An identifier of a genealogical resource.
Defined by IETF BCP 47.
A name of a person.
A representation of a name (a “name form”) within a given cultural context, such as a given language and script.
A portion of a full name, including the terms that make up that portion.
A note that was contributed from genealogical research.
A description of an account for an online service provider.
A description of a person.
Describes the details of a place in terms of its name and possibly its type, time period, and/or a geospatial description – functioning as a description of a place as a snapshot in time.
A reference to a description of a place.
Used to supply additional details, annotations, tags, or other qualifying data to a specific data element.
A relationship between two persons.
A generic reference to a resource.
A container for the metadata necessary for an agent to identify a source(s).
A description of a source of genealogical information.
A reference to a source description.
An element representing a text value that may be in a specific language.
When an event something was created or modified.
Specified by RFC 3986.
Levels of confidence.
Standard event roles.
Standard event types.
Standard fact types.
An error returned by the library.
Type of gender.
Group role types.
Standard identifier types.
Name part qualifiers.
Standard name part types.
Standard name types.
Standard relationship types.
Standard resource types.
Source reference qualifiers.
In some cases, a text value must include styling or layout to fully convey its intended meaning. Where such a requirement has been identified, implementers can designate that a text value may include such styling or layout by specifying an alternate text type.